The Law Society hosts the 2017 ILFA Closing Reception.
The Law Society recently participated in the IBA Africa Regional Forum conference in Accra, Ghana.
The Law Society in partnership with the Bar Council of England and Wales organised the fourth English Law Week event in Moscow and St Petersburg from 20 to 23 November 2017.
Secure your limited free pass to attend a Hong Kong Department of Justice conference
Christina Blacklaws comments on our collaboration with China and rule of law in the digital age
On 3rd October, the Law Society’s Vice President Christina Blacklaws chaired the OLY seminar on Diversity in the legal profession.
Sue Willman*, Law Society Human Rights Committee member and Partner at Deighton Pierce Glynn Solicitors, joins a team of experts on an ILAC** judicial assessment mission to investigate the situation of the rule of law in Guatemala. Sue Willman is the Law Society’s delegate on this mission.
On 22 September 2017, the Law Society held a reception to mark the end of the first judicial training programme for judges and senior court officials from Kazakhstan, which was implemented in collaboration with City Law School and INTO City.
Read our blog on the Law Society’s work in support of the legal profession in Syria.
The Law Society of England and Wales in partnership with the Supreme Court of Kazakhstan, the Astana International Financial Centre (“AIFC”), and City University is organising a judicial training programme for 14 Kazakh judges and legal representatives. The programme will take place from 10 April to 22 September 2017.
Our Doing Legal Business series provides a guide for lawyers to working in key international markets.
The British-Albanian Lawyers Association invites you to a talk with Kierna Vaughan QC
Dr Liam Fox MP gives a speech at the ASEAN@50 Business Forum
The Law Society interviewed Stephen McNamara, solicitor working on the rule of law in Myanmar.
New partner says Bristol is ‘hotbed for professional services’.
Firm says allegations are a ’patchwork quilt of unrelated allegations with a clear political agenda and movement against offshore’.
Brexit will increase the amount of commercial litigation - which will not necessarily be conducted in London.